Education in Games Summit

Make digital a cornerstone of your classroom practice

Join expert educators at ACMI for the Education in Games Summit 2017
27 October 2017

Tickets are selling fast so, don’t miss out.

Book now for #EiGS17

 

The summit: $150 per participant

Early birds: First 50 tickets sold also receive a day pass to PAX on Saturday 28 October

Special: Bring 4 teachers for the price of 3 – $450

Bookings:  http://tickets.acmi.net.au/auxiliary/PSDetail.aspx?psn=31387&promo=screeneducationonline

The Education in Games Summit (#EiGS17) showcases best practice implementation of games and their positive impact on student learning. Exploring, understanding, critiquing and making games provides students powerful skills and capabilities to take them into the future. The summit aims to empower teachers to inspire students to navigate and develop greater learning challenges.

Keynote speaker Eric Jordan (CEO of Codename Entertainment)  kicks off the day demonstrating how profoundly applicable game development skills are right across the modern jobs market. He’ll be followed by a program of practical sessions and talks. For the full program click on https://www.acmi.net.au/eigs17

#EiGS17 is created by ACMI, Creative Victoria and the Department of Education and Training, as part of Melbourne International Games Week alongside a range of activities highlighting and advancing Melbourne’s vibrant video games culture and its internationally renowned games development industry.

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